Food: Unicorn Chocolate

Here in Germany there was a hype about a “unicorn chocolate” a few weeks ago. Basically this chocolate was just white yoghurt chocolate with some raspberry and black currant powder and raspberry pieces to turn it  lilac and pink. It was wrapped in pink with a unicorn head and a glittery rainbow alongside the “Ritter Sport” logo. Not something I would buy, but I really wanted to make my own unicorn chocolate since then. So today we do it!


For the chocolate you will need:

  • 200g of white chocolate
  • red food colouring
  • a few cocoa biscuits for filling, broken into chunks ( I went for “black ´n white” biscuits by Leibniz )
  • a bit of bourbon vanilla sugar
  • topping of choice, e.g. sprinkles or other eatable decoration


First melt the chocolate. Then simply add in a few drops of red food colouring and the vanilla sugar and stir it in until it is evenly combined with the chocolate. You can also go for a marble effect. To achieve that simply don´t stir in the colour completely.

Take a baking tray and line it with parchment paper. Then spoon half of the chocolate on the tray and spread it out evenly. Don´t spread it to thin though! Half a centimetre is good. Then take your broken cocoa biscuits and sprinkle them on the chocolate.

Next add the other half of the chocolate on top of the filling. Make sure you coat everything. Last add your sprinkles or other eatable decoration on top and let it cool in the fridge for about 15 min.

There you go! Unicorn chocolate! Doesn´t it look awesome? And it tastes delicious as well! The crunchy biscuit filling takes the chocolate to a whole new level of tastiness! Love it!








I really hope you enjoy this recipe, I had SO much fun making the chocolate! By the way: This would be a really nice ( Christmas ) present or an awesome project to do with your friend!

I wish you the best day ever!



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